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voyager

bon vivant
Sundays game against Arizona is the first complete game in all phases for the Panthers in many games. The 38/ 20 win shows the difference a QB who is healthy and wants to win is to a team that just needs a leader. It was like night and day.
Kyle Allen the back up QB threw for four touchdowns. Cam will have to come back but not for long if he doesn't produce. The Panthers see there is another QB ready to go.

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JackDallas

Senator
Supporting Member
Week 3. Who is your team facing? What is the state of your team?

As for me.

Denver is 2-0, but facing a tug-of-war between head coach Gary Kubiak's ego and Peyton Manning's talent.

When Kubiak takes Manning out of hurry-up, puts him under center, and runs the ball for little to no gain all the time, the Broncos fall behind.

Then, in the Kansas City game, down 14-0, Kubiak obviously got desperate, and let Peyton Manning be Peyton Manning. He let Manning run out of the gun in hurry up, and boom, 3 TD passes in the second half.

Manning is so good at reading defenses, he can flourish even if the defense knows a pass is coming. But, someone needs to tell that to Kubiak, who seems to be too busy pleasuring himself to his "system".
Denver is 0-3
 

Mr. Friscus

I think, therefore, I poop
The Panthers are now one win and two losses.
As are the Brownies. They eventually got beaten down in a low-octane game Sunday Night.

People want to crap on Baker. He hasn't blown the league up like Patrick Mahommes as some were predicting this year. However, he was running from his life constantly behind an injured, average offensive line. The Rams have one of, if not the best, D lines in the game, and Baker was clearly hindered constantly.

They had a chance at the end to tie the game (or win going for 2), but some bad play calling in the red zone at the end of the game.
 

JackDallas

Senator
Supporting Member
Week 3. Who is your team facing? What is the state of your team?

As for me.

Denver is 2-0, but facing a tug-of-war between head coach Gary Kubiak's ego and Peyton Manning's talent.

When Kubiak takes Manning out of hurry-up, puts him under center, and runs the ball for little to no gain all the time, the Broncos fall behind.

Then, in the Kansas City game, down 14-0, Kubiak obviously got desperate, and let Peyton Manning be Peyton Manning. He let Manning run out of the gun in hurry up, and boom, 3 TD passes in the second half.

Manning is so good at reading defenses, he can flourish even if the defense knows a pass is coming. But, someone needs to tell that to Kubiak, who seems to be too busy pleasuring himself to his "system".
I just noticed that this thread is from 2015.
 

voyager

bon vivant
As are the Brownies. They eventually got beaten down in a low-octane game Sunday Night.

People want to crap on Baker. He hasn't blown the league up like Patrick Mahommes as some were predicting this year. However, he was running from his life constantly behind an injured, average offensive line. The Rams have one of, if not the best, D lines in the game, and Baker was clearly hindered constantly.

They had a chance at the end to tie the game (or win going for 2), but some bad play calling in the red zone at the end of the game.

I can not believe the Panther management and coaches. They let Cam play with a bad shoulder last year that cost us six games in a row.

BUT THEN they let him start the first two games of this season knowing he had ligament damage in his "sprained foot". So eight games lost playing a unhealthy QB. And what is just as bad is Cam knowing he couldn't go but playing and losing anyway. I can not believe someone didn't SAY something.

Cam is out this week also and that is fine with me.
 

voyager

bon vivant
I always love when defense wins a game for the Panthers. Kyle Allen lost the ball three times and we still won 16/10. Huston is no pushover and were playing at home.

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Mr. Friscus

I think, therefore, I poop
How about those Brownies beating down the Ravens.

Nick Chubb ran right through that "stout" Ravens D. Capped by an 88 yard TD run, one of 3 TD's.

Mayfield was great, 300 yds and a TD.

Dropped 40 points. This is the Browns that so many people feared. Let's see if they can do it week in and week out.
 

voyager

bon vivant
Panthers now 3/2 after a tough 34/27 win over the Jaguars. Christian McCaffery scored three touchdowns and the offensive line smothered the Jags star running back Fornett. Next week it's off to London to play the Tampa Bay Buck's again.

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voyager

bon vivant
The Panthers went to London and kicked Tampa Bay to the curb 37/26 while forcing seven turnovers. Panthers now on a four game winning streak with Kyle Allen at QB.

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Mr. Friscus

I think, therefore, I poop
The Panthers went to London and kicked Tampa Bay to the curb 37/26 while forcing seven turnovers. Panthers now on a four game winning streak with Kyle Allen at QB.

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I heard Cam is ready to go. I hope for your sake they don't go with him, and keep Allen in. I bet they could get a decent draft pick if they traded Cam. At least 10 teams would trade for him I'd say.
 

voyager

bon vivant
I heard Cam is ready to go. I hope for your sake they don't go with him, and keep Allen in. I bet they could get a decent draft pick if they traded Cam. At least 10 teams would trade for him I'd say.
Coach said Cam would go back in when doctors said he was ready. If it were me I'd ride Allen until he hits a bump. If it ain't broke don't fix it. We are at a bye week.
 
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